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  • Pamela Hanson uses Sense skin care products

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    Posted on Tuesday, February 24, 2009


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      Pamela Hanson

      Davies+StarrFashion Photographer
      Destination: St. Petersburg
      Packing Approach: Russian Holiday
      From December 2007

      By Mimi Lombardo

      As one of the fashion world's top photographers, Pamela Hanson spends a good deal of time traveling for magazine, book, and advertising-campaign shoots. A recent trip to St. Petersburg, however, was all play, with Hanson, her two sons, and her boyfriend on a vacation that was very Doctor Zhivago, complete with snow-covered landscapes and fur Cossack hats. Here, her packing list.

      ● I had a few wardrobe staples: I wore my cashmere scarf on the plane and never took it off; my Jil Sander coat was very warm; fur hats made us all feel and look Russian; and my shearling-lined Tecnica boots kept my feet toasty and dry.”

      ● Hanson packed everything into two red Mandarina Duck roller bags. “They're superlight, so I take them on all my trips.”  

      ● Her solution for protecting her skin while traveling? “Sensé's daytime protective emulsion, which combats especially harsh environments, kept me looking fresh.”

      ● My Panerai Luminor Marina dual-time-zone watch was a birthday gift from my boyfriend, so it's sentimental as well as functional.”

      ● Even though she was there for fun, Hanson couldn't resist shooting St. Petersburg's grand architecture, so she brought her Contax T3 along with a Leica digital camera. “The winter light is stunning,” she says. “For inspiration I read The Russians, by Hendrick Smith, and Nabokov's Speak, Memory.”


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